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    So I figured this would be the best place to have this kind of topic.

    I was wondering what Troma Films everyone would recommend watching? I watched Tromeo and Juliet, and now I feel as if I should continue down the Troma rabbit hole, but I wanted to know where I should start.

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      Toxic Avenger 1 and 4, Terror Firmer, Class of Nuke Em High, Poultrygeist, Troma's War, Sgt. Kabukiman
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      • #4
        Don't forget Dead Dudes In The House.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SkInWaLkEr View Post
          Don't forget Dead Dudes In The House.
          Amen to that. I think it's Troma's best

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dkav View Post
            Amen to that. I think it's Troma's best
            I'll second that.

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            • #7
              I always considered Dead Dudes a poor man's Evil Dead. It's a good flick.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dkav View Post
                I always considered Dead Dudes a poor man's Evil Dead. It's a good flick.
                I can agree with that. I'm not much into the Troma films, but DDITH always stuck out as for me as being Troma's best.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SkInWaLkEr View Post
                  I can agree with that. I'm not much into the Troma films, but DDITH always stuck out as for me as being Troma's best.
                  Same for me. I remember catching it on Cinemax yrs ago and was lucky to find it on VHS yrs ago before they released it on dvd. I worked on a film in Kansas and Lloyd Kaufman had a role in the flick. He's a hoot! I didn't have DDITH on me but I did luckily have Toxic Avenger 4 and got it signed.

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                  • #10
                    Good thing about Troma is the fact they release other peoples classics as well, like COMBAT SHOCK, MOTHER DAY, LUTHER THE GEEK, NIGHTBEAST, and BLOODSUCKING FREAKS. The extras are usually Lloyd with his head between a womans breasts or the Toxic Avenger ripping an arm off, etc.

                    Their movies are OK. TOXIC AVENGER, CLASS OF NUKEM HIGH, TROMEO AND JULIET, TERROR FIRMER and POULTRYGEIST, though I haven't seen that yet
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                    • #11
                      Hey, first post on this forum, but i am a huge horror fan, and Troma films are amazing (if you like the low budget independent style film). I defiantly recommend The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke 'Em High, Cannibal! The musical (Matt Stone and Trey Parker), Terror Firmer and their newest film Poultrygeist.

                      Troma's incredible.

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                      • #12
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                        • #13
                          i own the whole toxie collection on dvd ran for about 60 bucks...i suggest u pick it up
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Zombie17 View Post
                            i own the whole toxie collection on dvd ran for about 60 bucks...i suggest u pick it up
                            Thats about 55 bucks too much


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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dkav View Post
                              I always considered Dead Dudes a poor man's Evil Dead. It's a good flick.
                              How is it a poor man's Evil Dead? Evil Dead was a poor man's Evil Dead. Sorry just a little confused.
                              Originally Posted by dkav
                              I always considered Dead Dudes a poor man's Evil Dead.

                              Originally Posted by Scarecrow Man
                              How is it a poor man's Evil Dead? Evil Dead was a poor man's Evil Dead.

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